People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News From Around NH
NH Housing webinar to look at taxes and development, DECCO project wins honor … and more
September sales of single-family and condominium units in 13 Seacoast communities tracked by the Seacoast Board of Realtors once again set records. The Realtors reported that, while the month began with the fewest units ever available in a September, there were 121 single-family home sales, up 31.5% from 2019, with a record median sale price of $615,000, besting the old mark of $612,500 set in June. For the year, total sales remain off 4.8%, but median prices have surged 16.8% to $554,950.
There were 89 condominium sales, also a volume record. The monthly median sale price of $357,950 was up 7.1% from last year, although off from the record of $415,000 set in August.
The New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority will present a free webinar beginning at 10 a.m. Oct. 15 featuring Joe Minicozzi, principal of Urban3, to analyze the types of development that can create the greatest tax return in 15 communities around the state.
Minicozzi will provide an overview of his analysis of property tax revenues in Berlin, Claremont, Concord, Dover, Exeter, Hanover, Hudson, Keene, Laconia, Lebanon, Nashua, Pelham, Peterborough, Portsmouth and Rochester. Urban 3’s analysis looks at the potential for improving the fiscal health of the 15 communities by showing what types of development create the greatest tax return for them. Later in October and in November, Minicozzi will present several community-focused webinars. To register, click here.
The International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering has announced that Pfizer’s Building E-Andover Clinical Manufacturing Facility has been won a 2020 Facility of the Year Award in the Facility Integration category. DECCO Inc. of Brookline, NH, was process piping contractor for the new 175,000-square-foot facility.
TFMoran has hiredJacob Pouliotas a structural engineer. Pouliot, a licensed professional engineer in New Hampshire, has eight years of experience in the structural design and inspection of commercial and residential projects in New Hampshire and neighboring states.
Daniel Rukakoski, a vice president at Tighe & Bondhas been appointed as business line leader for he firm’s environmental consulting services. Rukakoski has more than 25 years of experience in environmental consulting, including environmental and energy permitting, wetland delineation, sediment evaluations, regulatory negotiations, site assessment, and environmental construction observation.